Which basketball shoes should I get for volleyball?
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by /u/Reminizev
1w ago
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Why do i keep hitting the net when spiking and what is wrong with my form
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by /u/Poopy69Poo
1w ago
i feel like i’m not fully extending my right arm and maybe the way my legs are, are robbing me of any power submitted by /u/Poopy69Poo [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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My vertical training (i need help with it)
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by /u/Kojiarii
2w ago
Hey, fellow fitness enthusiasts! I've been working on my vertical jump, and I wanted to get some input on my training routine. I'm 14, 5'7", around 107 pounds, with a 24-inch vertical. Current Routine: Dynamic Leg Stretches 50 Jump Ropes Pogo Jumps - 3x8 Squat Jumps - 3x8 Loaded Squat Jumps - 3x5 Depth Jumps - 3x5 Depth Drop - 3x5 Calf Raises - 3x20 Wall Sit - 3xfailure I've been on and off with my training and was wondering if there are any suggestions or improvements you could recommend. Should I adjust sets, reps, or add any specific exercises? Your feedback would be greatly appreciated ..read more
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How much cm should my reach has to be in order to land spikes
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by /u/Illustrious-Art-2132
3w ago
I go to national music school and the most popular sport is volleyball, everyday I go to play it during breaks so around 1-2 hours daily. In the first years I played as a setter, at that time there were alot of good spikers( net is like 220cm), and it felt amazing when they spike, and they give u a handshake ect.Last year I started playing as a blocker since I finally started gaining some real height. Now I started playing as a spiker, learned a 3 step aproach ect. But most of my spikes are off net or they turn Into balloon. So I just wanted to know how much my hand should be above net to lan ..read more
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Any tips on how to improve my Plyo workout ?
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by /u/Hour_Memory_1933
3w ago
Been adjusting it here and there for a while but I need help on how I can improve it even more submitted by /u/Hour_Memory_1933 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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College games soon, need some criticism on how I play
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by /u/Unstable-8610
1M ago
Hello. I saw a lot of posts here about asking for tips on playing, so I figured I do one too. Let me know how I can improve skill-wise. Need all the help I can get before our Uni games. Thanks! https://reddit.com/link/197yjgx/video/11rp4fk8prcc1/player submitted by /u/Unstable-8610 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How to keep my volleyball level ?
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by /u/Yanszl
1M ago
I just moved to another country (ab 6-7months) and i used to play club volleyball now that i am not used and not very fluent in my new country language i did not sign to a local club. I am playing in my school’s volleyball “club” and almost everyone here is a beginner, (btw I am a girl) it was for the beginning of the school year, the “coach” here didn’t really care about the girls and mostly played and coached the boy side. I was a bit annoyed by it and after some time passed (and after i said what i was annoyed about) he started making more effort coaching us but at the time i felt that mos ..read more
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Help for at home practice
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by /u/Bel4c1910
1M ago
Does anyone know any good setting practices I know there is setting against the wall but my roomates are getting mad at me for doing that and I don't really know much other ways to practice so can anyone tell me some ways to practice setting submitted by /u/Bel4c1910 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Suggestions on how to defend properly?
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by /u/Lup0N4s0n3
1M ago
I can't find a tutorial on how to position my knees, shoulders, arms etc. when defending/receiving. the ball explodes forward after the defense and I can't control it well, should I keep my arms still or accompany the ball in the movement? Thanks submitted by /u/Lup0N4s0n3 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Looking for a volleyball coach in Seattle area
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by /u/MysteriousEngineer12
1M ago
Women’s team is looking for a Volleyball coach for weekly practices. We play Catchball, which is a variation of volleyball. Catchball follows volleyball rules and guidelines, but instead of pass/set/hit, the ball is caught and then passed. We play in tournaments and take our training seriously. Catchball is a fast growing sport among women in the different cities and is coached by volleyball coaches. Our team is seeking a devoted coach who would be interested to commit to our team. The pay is negotiable. Please let me know if you know anyone who might be interested. Thanks! submitted by /u/M ..read more
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